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(p. 231) Session 16: Barriers to Progress 

(p. 231) Session 16: Barriers to Progress
(p. 231) Session 16: Barriers to Progress

Jordana Muroff

, Patty Underwood

, and Gail Steketee

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date: 29 October 2020

This chapter reviews a variety of complicating factors that may arise during the course of treatment of hoarding and acquiring problems. These cover personal barriers such as depression, attention focusing, and health problems, as well as external barriers such as lack of social support, pressure from family members or authorities, and problems with lack of time. Group members use a personal worksheet for managing barriers and apply problem-solving skills learned earlier in the treatment. Leaders suggest strategies for managing attention and creating structure.

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